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Mr. And Mrs. Incredible
In ancient China, superhero Huan (Louis Koo) falls in love with a female superhero called Red (Sandra Ng). They decide to retire and move to a small village for the sake of starting a family. Five years passes and they now live a happy and quiet life until a martial arts competition is being held in the very village they live. They plan to leave the village for good but end up being tangled in a conspiracy to murder the champion. To find out the identity of the mastermind, Huan and Red must don superhero costumes one more time in the name of justice.
: 3 Feb 2011
1 Hour 40 Minutes
: GOLDEN VILLAGE PICTURES
: Vincent Kok
Watch this if you liked:
“On His Majestic Secret Service”, “When the Lion Roars”, “Justice My Foot”
Just when you least expect it, "Mr & Mrs Incredible" hits you right across the face. The premise, slated for release this coming Chinese New Year is surprisingly funny, entertaining and pleasant throughout.
Given that it is a Vincent Kok film, expect limitless nonsense slapsticks thrown in together with some witty lines and quirky personas by Louis Koo and Sandra Ng. The pair has proven to be a perfect match to be in a comedy together. It's like re-watching some of Stephen Chow's earlier 'mo lei tau' comedies starring the late Anita Mui.
This reviewer cringes every time a seemingly 'super effect' is used in a Hong Kong movie but for "Mr & Mrs Incredible", the effects come out right at the perfect moment. It is never too little or being overdone for that matter.
The plot starts out right where it is beautifully executed, but disaster strikes almost towards the end. At times it feels like its being hastily done while more and more nonsense gets thrown in.
And as usual the movie is made to suit the festive mood. It relies heavily on bright colours and happy people to set the movie's mood and theme.
If there is any movie lovers who would want to give this movie a go, do watch it with an open mind - that way this movie will be truly enjoyed just like this reviewer did. Pleasant from the beginning till the end, "Mr & Mrs Incredible" is highly recommended for endless entertaining fun.
Cinema Online, 26 January 2011
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